“It’s absolutely clear now why five years from now, Apple will have 3 to 5 percent of the player market.”
Rob Glaser, RealNetworks founder/CEO, in 2003. The iPod was already two years old and twice updated, with 1.4 million sold.
Five years later, Apple had 71% of the player market.
We can all agree that the iPhone’s new Maps app is a little inaccurate. Fortunately Siri seems to have fixed everything.
For fun, think about how Nick managed to film this all by himself.
I am a lonely person strapping my cameraphone to a tree.
A short, funny list anyone who’s ever used a Mac can enjoy.
4. Holding Out for Chrome
This is pretty much like Halo’s Firefight mode. Instead of having fun with your friends gunning down Covenant, you try and see how long you can use Safari before you succumb to downloading Chrome. There’s a PC game like it called “Sweet God Please Don’t Make Me Use Internet Explorer.”
My favorite Mac game is “Did I crash everything, or just my browser?”
Head of Apple retail John Browett recently suggested that Apple should cut back on staff before its probably-going-to-happen September iPhone 5 launch, then Apple spokespeople had to backpedal because that’s a stupid thing to do.
Clearly this John Browett guy doesn’t understand what makes good things so good, so we made him an advice meme in which he ruins things.
Plenty more of these over at Browett Makes It Better: The Apple Retail Guy Advice Meme
tl;dr: This meme guy ruins good things.
“Our purchasing decisions are telling Apple that we’re happy to buy computers and watch them die on schedule.”
Kiiiiiiiiinda considering getting a PC, and feeling ridiculous about how much this reminds me of literally abandoning belief in God, Who Is Also Lord.